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Hawaiian Milk Chocolate Bar

$14.50

60 grams

Experience chocolate as it should be, fresh from the farm! Rich, single origin 50% cacao milk chocolate bar. Crafted with Kahuku Farms cacao.

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Grown in the dark rich soil of our family farm, handpicked and processed in small batches, we proudly bring you exclusive Hawaiian Chocolate.  This 100% single origin Hawaiian Chocolate grown right on our farm will impress even the choosiest chocolate connoisseur on your Christmas List! Our chocolate bars are crafted to perfection with notes of bright and fruity flavors. Experience chocolate as it should be; fresh from the farm! 

50% Milk Chocolate Ingredients: Kahuku Farms Cacao, Organic Cane Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Organic Milk Powder

Made in a facility that processes milk powder and nuts. 

Kahuku Farms

Kahuku Farms is a result of two farming families spanning back four generations in Hawaii. The Matsuda’s and Fukuyama’s began farming veggie and other tropical fruit crops on the north shore of Oahu back in the early 1900’s. With the love of agriculture deeply rooted in both families, they felt compelled to create a way to diversify and share the wonders of farming with friends and family. With an ambitious plan to educate, share and offer hands-on experiences to create a deeper appreciation for agriculture, the families opened their gates to the public in 2010.

It’s Farm Fresh Café, Wagon Rides and Educational Programs are a testament to fulfilling their legacy of farming and family for future generations.Today, a member of the fourth generation, Kylie Matsuda champions the task of running the operations for Kahuku Farms. A graduate of the locally-cherished Kahuku High School as well as the Travel Industry Management School at the University of Hawai’i, Kylie returned to the farm to put her education into practice in 2005. She began by opening a small farm stand that has evolved into a beloved cafe and North Shore refuge from the crowds of tourist hotspots. Kylie says, “I feel honored and grateful to perpetuate our family's future in farming...To share our generations of knowledge and history with others, in this amazing place that I've known as home is a dream I'm passionate to live.” The farm remains full of history and family, with members of the Matsuda and Fukuyama families filling diverse roles to keep operations running smoothly. 

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